i had to know where this was from so I looked it up (Norman Bridwell’s Monster Holidays, 1974) and also:
I need this book.
The Lost Boys (1987)
Mister Ghost’s Highly Enviable Monthly Parcel Of Simple Yet Amazing Wonderments from @evilsupplyco just gets better each month.
(Each month you get a notebook, greeting card, postcard, art print, and enamel pin. the patches have been phased out in the time since I got this box, but it’s still wonderful and totally worth it. Also you save 25% if you subscribe, making it only $12 a month, so really, it’s a dang steal.)
filthybonnet, about that photo from the set of the Mary Shelly movie:
“Gothic” was many things but Gabriel Byrne as Byron was amazing.
YOU ARE NOT WRONG. About any of it.
When @jenniferlovely showed “Gothic” a few years ago, at the end of the movie she calmly put the DVD back in the case, handed it to me (who had chortled through the entire viewing), and said, “Get this out of my house”.
Also, the tie-in movie novelization for “Gothic” is even more over-the-top than the movie.
Medusa Cameo Brooch/Pendant – Circa 1860
Carved amethyst and gold.
Lucy Hardie, ‘Immaculate Heart’, 2013
So excited to dive into my copy of The Faerie Handbook from @faeriemag <3 As lovely as it is from the outside, there are worlds of enchanting projects, recipes, fashion, lore & inspirations to be found within: https://www.faeriemag.com/products/the-faerie-handbook
New still of “Mary Shelley” starring Douglas Booth (Percy Shelley), Elle Fanning (Mary Shelley), Tom Sturridge (Lord Byron) and Bel Powley (Claire Clairmont).
Hmmm, he looks a little … waifish for Lord Byron, but I’m still here for this. Yes.
Photo by Taeden Hall
Dress by Gloomth
#gloomth #pale #gothicfashion #goth #gothic #altmodel #torontophotographer